Biology unit 1 exam ocr 21st century tommorow

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does anyone have any idea as to what could possibly come up tomos on the unit 1 biology ocr 21st century paper!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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does anyone have any idea as to what could possibly come up tomos on the unit 1 biology ocr 21st century paper!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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so do you think that something related to genes will come up??
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Yes I believe so. Revise using this video and the B2 version of this aswell as B3. It should be helpful.
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Yes I believe so. Revise using this video and the B2 version of this aswell as B3. It should be helpful.
thanks the exam is done, how did you find it surprisingly the first question was the genes, chromosomes and DNA content. it was quite a weird paper because it was annoyingly easy and hardly any "GCSE standard hardcore" came up, instead they were ones you know are going to have dodgy or stupid answers on the mark scheme.
anyway nice talking to a fellow OCR 21st Century student, i really wish my school did AQA as its more science richer, i really do love chem, phys ad bio but ocr just kill it with their lame ass questions and the very simplistic approach to very detailed scientific mechanisms ideology and theories... it really is a shame.
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thanks the exam is done, how did you find it surprisingly the first question was the genes, chromosomes and DNA content. it was quite a weird paper because it was annoyingly easy and hardly any "GCSE standard hardcore" came up, instead they were ones you know are going to have dodgy or stupid answers on the mark scheme.
anyway nice talking to a fellow OCR 21st Century student, i really wish my school did AQA as its more science richer, i really do love chem, phys ad bio but ocr just kill it with their lame ass questions and the very simplistic approach to very detailed scientific mechanisms ideology and theories... it really is a shame.
lol, have you seen the twitter feeds? They're so funny
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